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Reference FCO 7/1808
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Comments on President Nixon's foreign policy statements; Foreign policy of the USA (1970)
Description United States Foreign Policy for the 1970s: A new strategy for peace. PART I: The National Security Council System. PART II: Partnership and the Nixon Doctrine: Europe, The Western Hemisphere, Asia and the Pacific, Vietnam, The Middle East, Africa, International Economic Policy, The United Nations. PART III: America's Strength: Shaping our military posture, The process of defense planning, Strategic policy, General purpose forces. PART IV: An Era of Negotiation: The Soviet Union, Eastern Europe, Communist China, Arms Control, Issues for the Future. Conclusion: A new definition of Peace. Also Included is the President's report as it appeared in the New York Times and notes from a meeting with Henry Kissinger by A G Hurrell, an assistant Secretary who was spending a sabbatical year at the Harvard Centre for International Affairs. In the meeting they discussed decision-making process in the White House, the SALT Talks, Western Europe, China and the Sino-Soviet controversy, Japan and Vietnam.
Date 1970
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region North America
Countries United States, Soviet Union, China, Vietnam, Japan
Places Africa; Alaska; Argentina; Asia; Australia; Bahamas; Barbados; Belgium; Benelux; Bolivia; Brazil; Britain; Canada; Caribbean; Chile; China; Colombia; Costa Rica; Cuba; Czechoslovakia; Denmark; Eastern Europe; Ecuador; El Salvador; Europe; France; Geneva; Germany; Greece; Guatemala; Haiti; Hanoi; Honduras; Hungary; Iceland; India; Indonesia; Ireland; Israel; Italy; Japan; Jordan; Korea; Laos; Latin America; Mediterranean; Mexico; Middle East; Mideast; Netherlands; New Zealand; Nicaragua; Nigeria; Norway; Okinawa; Pakistan; Panama; Paraguay; Persian Gulf; Peru; Rhodesia; Romania; Russia; South Vietnam; Southern Africa; Soviet Union; Spain; Thailand; Turkey; United Kingdom; United States of America; Uruguay; Venezuela; Vietnam; Western Hemisphere
People Annenberg, Walter H; Brezhnev, Leonid; Ceausescu, Nicolae; Green, Marshall; Hillenbrand, Martin J; Ho Chi Minh; Hurrell, A G; Kennedy, Edward Moore; Kissinger, Henry; Laird, Melvin R; Mansfield, Mike; Nixon, Richard M; Packard, David; Peterson, Rudolph A; Rodman, Peter; Rogers, William P; Stewart, Michael; Truman, Harry S.; Williams, Anthony; Wilson, Harold
Topics Agriculture; Aid; Arab; Arms; Atomic Energy Commission; Balance of Payments; British Embassy; Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers; CIA (Central Intelligence Agency); Common Market; Communist; Congress; Council of Economic Advisers; Defence; Demonstrations; Department of Defense; Department of State; Detente; Disarmament; Draft; East-West relations; Economic policy; Economy; Education; Elections; Energy; Environment; European integration; European Security; Exports; foreign policy; Free trade; General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade; Great Powers; Health; Inflation; International Economic Policy; International Economic Relations; International Monetary Fund; Isolationism; Japanese; Multiple independently targetable reentry vehicle (MIRV); Nixon Doctrine; North Atlantic Treaty Association (NATO); Nuclear Weapons; Oil; Pacification; Payments; Pollution; Poverty; Race; Refugees; State Department; State of the Union Message; Strategic Arms Limitation Treaties; Strikes; Tariffs; Trade; Trade Bill; Trade policy; Treasury; troops; Unemployment; United Nations; United Nations Conference on Trade and Development; United Nations National Security Council; Vice President; Vietnam War; Vietnamization; Warsaw Pact; White House; withdrawal
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